Well March, here you are! Before I could catch my breath, you arrived. I'm honestly excited to see you. You mark the beginning of wedding season, and I am so grateful. I begin to get a little antsy, excited, impatient when it's been a few months since I've photographed a wedding. It's what fires me up, you know? It's what I was made to do. So now I am focusing on rest, relaxation, and preparation - doing everything I should do in my business and my body to prepare for what's to come. I'm filing taxes, organizing and backing up hard-drives; I'm cleaning out my studio and sending off my equipment for cleaning, I'm meeting with vendors, taking my vitamins, running... a lot; I'm preparing for my new studio assistant, and I'm ready. I'm ready for what's ahead : acting like a lady, thinking like a boss. That's what you're for, March, you're here to prepare me. You are the launching pad for my 2012 wedding season! You give me the final days of preparation and rest, and then you reward me with beautiful couples in love. Yep, I like you a lot.
12 in 12 : The Hunger Games [Trilogy]
Clean out the Garage*
Clean out my closet / get rid of old clothes that are taking up space
Take big trip to the consignment store
See The Hunger Games in the theater (!)
Continue to wake up at 6:30am Sundays - Thursdays
Run 3 miles with no walking; continue 1/2 marathon training
Have 1 big pre-wedding-season day of rest, just for me. Sleeping, reading, watching movies, relaxing
Send off all tax documents to my accountant
Okay, it's time to get real with you. The Hunger Games Trilogy has gotten the best of me.
If you follow me on Instagram, then you already know. I have a problem. A friend decided to "loan me the Hunger Games" on Kindle, which means I can access the entire book for 14 days on my Kindle iPad App. 14 days? Yeah right. No way I can finish a book in two weeks!
Well, before I knew it, 3 days had passed and I finished all 400 pages. Then I was off to the store, and I finished Catching Fire in 5 days. Now, I'm trying to pace myself with Mockingjay, but that's tough. It is seriously that good! So if you haven't yet, go read them. They are fascinating, can't-put-it-down kind of novels. I cannot wait for the movie!
Who else has been caught up into the world of Panem? Which book is your favorite of the three?